Photos: Virginia Tech Shootaround and Media Session

Share on your favorite social network:
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail to someoneGoogle+share on TumblrShare on Reddit

Thursday afternoon in Washington D.C.’s Capital One Arena, the Virginia Tech basketball team held a shootaround and practice, then met with the media in the locker room and a press conference session.

The Hokies will tip off tonight against Duke at approximately 9:39 PM on CBS, with the winner advancing to Sunday’s Elite Eight.

All photos are by Jim Halling of DL Action Sports Photography.

Capital One Arena seats over 20,000 for basketball, but the Hokies have played on the big stage before. (photo by Jim Halling)
Virginia Tech
Virginia Tech used the shootaround and practice to get familiar with the sight lines in Capital One Arena. (photo by Jim Halling)
Virginia Tech basketball
National and local media descended upon Washington, D.C. to interview the Hokies, including Nickeil Alexander-Walker (obscured)
Virginia Tech basketball
Senior Ahmed Hill focuses during the shootaround. (photo by Jim Halling)
Virginia Tech basketball
A sight the Hokies missed for six weeks: Justin Robinson on the court. (photo by Jim Halling)
Virginia Tech basketball
Nickeil Alexander-Walker (photo by Jim Halling)
Virginia Tech basketball
Isaiah Wilkins (photo by Jim Halling)
Virginia Tech basketball
Ty Outlaw (photo by Jim Halling)
Virginia Tech basketball
Kerry Blackshear (photo by Jim Halling)
Virginia Tech basketball
Buzz Williams (photo by Jim Halling)
Virginia Tech basketball
Justin Robinson and Ty Outlaw share a moment of levity (photo by Jim Halling)
Virginia Tech basketball
Justin Robinson (photo by Jim Halling)
Virginia Tech basketball
Ahmed Hill (photo by Jim Halling)
Virginia Tech basketball
Ty Outlaw (photo by Jim Halling)

 

 

Share on your favorite social network:
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail to someoneGoogle+share on TumblrShare on Reddit

8 Responses You are logged in as Test

  1. As Bob Hope used to sing, “Thanks for the memories”. Special group that gave 100% to their teammates, the University, the alumni, and their coaching staff. Will always remember being in the top 16 seeding for the 2019 tournament, and advancing to the Sweet Sixteen. Who knows- “The Final Four??”.

  2. What a fabulous experience for these guys, getting their moment on the big stage. Happy for all of them, and especially the seniors, whose hard work led the rebuilding of the program.

    Go Hokies, beat the Dookies!

Comments are closed.